Anxiety & Depression Treatment Study
Treatment Study for Anxiety and depression
Do you or someone you know often feel stressed, anxious, or depressed?
The Treatment for Anxiety and Depression (TAD) study is designed to examine which individuals with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress are more likely to benefit from two different versions of therapy. Each of these therapies include components and therapeutic strategies that have been demonstrated to be effective for these problem areas. One therapy focuses on enhancing and increasing positive coping and life strategies, whereas the other therapy focuses on decreasing or eradicating negative coping and life strategies. Both versions involve examining thoughts, modifying behaviors, and focusing on breathing. Both treatment have shown to be highly effective for reducing stress, anxiety, or depression.
For study-related questions, please call 214-768-2188 or email Savannah Springfield at firstname.lastname@example.org
This study is conducted in collaboration with Michelle Craske, Ph.D., at UCLA
Principal Investigators: Alicia E. Meuret, Ph.D. & Thomas Ritz, Ph.D.
To begin the screening process, you may also complete this brief, confidential online survey.
Note: This survey is NOT a self-diagnosis tool and will not tell you if you are suffering from clinical depression or another disorder. Eligibility to participate in the study is determined by multiple factors. After completing the questionnaire, if you appear to be eligible, a research assistant for the study will contact you shortly.
SMU Anxiety and Depression Research Center Last update: 09/25/21